Webinar Replay: Divi and Local by Flywheel

In this webinar, we showcase a useful development tool, a product called Local by Flywheel.

Local by Flywheel is a local testing environment for web designers to create websites offline and push them to a live site. Web designers can make use of the Local by Flywheel tool even if they do not use Flywheel’s web hosting services.

In the webinar, we discuss the benefits of using Local by Flywheel, explain the features of the tool and offer a guided walkthrough of using Local by Flywheel.

The Local by Flywheel webinar was just a small taste of the incredible knowledge that SJ James has to offer! As one of the trailblazers in the Divi community, SJ James has years of experience with the Divi framework and certainly knows how to work well with it.

If you loved the content of the webinar and loved learning from SJ, then have a look at our online course!

Divi Space has recently launched the Transforming Divi with CSS & jQuery Course, and our students are loving the coursework! We had such an incredible response to the first round of the course, that we decided to open doors for a second enrollment. If you missed the first intake, you can enroll now to begin learning from the 1st of June.

  • Private Facebook Group
  • Introduction to CSS
  • Introduction to jQuery
  • Five real-world examples where custom CSS has been used to make Divi better
  • The jQuery Cheat Sheet
  • Moving & Replacing with jQuery
  • Preparing a child theme for jQuery & CSS
  • Testing assignments
  • Advanced quizzes
  • Bonus: Inserting Layouts in Template Pages
  • Bonus: Editing Modules

For more information about the Transforming Divi with CSS and jQuery course, read this blog post or sign up now!

Lisa-Robyn Keown

Lisa-Robyn is a qualified copywriter and brand strategist from Cape Town, South Africa.

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2 Comments

  1. Bettie

    I switched over to Flywheel over a year ago and started using Local and LOVE it! Working on sites ‘offline’ and simply uploading all the updates back online with a click – awesome.

    p.s. I am considering the CSS course – what level of knowledge is best to have in order to take the course?

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    • Stephen James

      Hi Bettie, there’s no real starting level required, but you should be familiar with Divi and have some ideas about what CSS does. The first section is designed to get everyone to the same starting point and by the end you’ll be doing some pretty advanced stuff.

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